Two leaders from the opposite sides of the copyright debate appear via video to applaud the Creative Commons mission and the future of free culture.More information about this show available at: Denver Open Media Topic: Educational
Video from the Creative Commons Technology Summit, organized in conjunction with NEXA Center for Internet & Society. More details and slides available at http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Creative_Commons_Technology_Summit_2009-06-26
Q & A discussion with presenters and audience at CC Salon San Francisco: Free Culture & Social Justice, held at Cafe Royale on 27 March 2014. Presenters/Speakers:Rachel Weidinger, UpwellJoshua Knox, Brute LabsNiki Korth, #FREEBASSEL / The Big Conversation SpaceSupriya Misra, TeachAIDSModerated/Organized by: Meryl Mohan, Elliot HarmonVideo:Alyn DivineCreative Commons Salons are informal events featuring short talks from guests in local nonprofits and the free culture community,... Topics: Creative Commons, Social Justice
LiveContent 2.0 is a LiveDVD full of free and open source software and Creative Commons' licensed open content — audio, video, image, text and educational resources. LiveContent is a project for anyone to explore to learn more about about open content that can be freely used, copied, and built upon. More information is available at http://wiki.creativecommons.org/LiveContent_2_0.
Rachel Weidinger presents her work at the Creative Commons Salon - San Francisco: Free Culture & Social Justice (27 March 2014, Cafe Royale) Rachel Weidinger is the Founder and Executive Director of Upwell, a nonprofit PR firm with one client, the ocean. At Upwell, Rachel leads the development of cutting edge big listening practices. She couples this big data approach with the resiliency-increasing tactic of campaigning across a distributed network to increase online attention to ocean... Topics: Creative Commons, Ocean
Author Greg Kot in conversation with music journalist David Downs on October 15, 2009 at PariSoma in San Francisco. Kot's new book, "Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music," explores the changing face of the music industry. Presented by Creative Commons, KALW, and Chicago Public Radio's Sound Opinions. Topics: creative commons, greg kot, david downs, music, kalw, sound opinions, technology, internet
Supriya Misra presents her work with TeachAIDS at the Creative Commons Salon - San Francisco: Free Culture & Social Justice (27 March 2014, Cafe Royale) Supriya Misra is a Senior Project Manager at TeachAIDS, where she helps lead the development, maintenance, and expansion of TeachAIDS products. Founded at Stanford, and recognized as an innovation that will “change the world” by MIT Technology Review, TeachAIDS is a nonprofit social venture that creates breakthrough software to solve... Topics: Creative Commons, TeachAIDS
A short film about Creative Commons (creativecommons.org) spreading to Brazil. Features interviews with Gilberto Gil and others in Brazil as well as Creative Commons executives. Also discusses the new Sampling License. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: creativecommons, brazil, licenses, gilberto gil
A European musical tribute to - and celebration of - the 10-year anniversary of the Creative Commons sharing tools. Europe has great musical talent! Some of which is freely available under open licenses. This mixture showcases the talent of 20 artists from 20 European countries. Local Creative Commons organizations have compiled this selection for your listening pleasure. CREATIVE COMMONS - 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY In December 2002, Creative Commons release its first set of copyright licenses for... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Creative_Commons/CC-10_Europe_Mixtape/
Joshua Knox of Brute Labs presents his work at the Creative Commons Salon - San Francisco: Free Culture & Social Justice (27 March 2014, Cafe Royale)Joshua Knox is co-Founder and CFO for BRUTE LABS, a non-profit out to prove that anyone can do good. BRUTEs use design and technology to create sustainable social entrepreneurship. Our small, all-volunteer team has launched 11 projects around the world and across a broad spectrum of causes; from cyclone relief in Myanmar, to clean water... Topic: Creative Commons
Niki Korth reads a letter* to Bassel at the Creative Commons Salon - San Francisco: Free Culture & Social Justice (27 March 2014, Cafe Royale)Niki Korth is an artist, writer, and free culture enthusiast/activist who resides in the triad of the creative arts, technological literacy, and human rights. Together with Clémence de Montgolfier, she co-founded The Big Conversation Space (TBCS), an art, research, and consulting organization based in Paris and San Francisco that acts as a... Topics: Creative Commons, Bassel Khartabil
Recordings of talks given at the August CC Salon in San Francisco, at PariSoMa, by Chris DiBona, Evan Prodromou, and Nathan Yergler. Chris DiBona Slides (pdf) Evan Prodromou Slides (pdf) Nathan Yergler Slides (Slideshare) Topics: creative commons, salon, san francisco, parisoma, chris dibona, evan prodromo, nathan yergler
An overview of what's happened in Creative Commons and the open community over the last 3 years since the last Creative Commons global summit. Slides at http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Global_Summit_2011/Where_are_we%3F Topics: creative commons, cc, ccsummit2011, mike linksvayer, giorgos cheliotis, metrics, growth, free...
short video explaining (in dutch) the background of the pilot project between Creative Commons Netherlands and the Dutch collecting Societies Buma/Stemra. Topics: CreativeCommons, CollectiveRightsmanagemnt, CC, CRM, pilot, netherlands, music